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Monthly Archives: September 2021

    Early October is the Sweet Spot for Buyers

    By Admin | September 29, 2021

    Are you looking to buy a home? If so, we’ve got good news for you. If you’re in the market for a home, don’t lose steam now. Data shows early October may give you the long-awaited opportunity to find the home of your dreams Read More

    Is It Time To Move on to a New Home?

    By Admin | September 22, 2021

    If your needs have changed, it may be time to re-evaluate your home. As the past year has shown, our needs can change rapidly. That means the longer you’ve been in your home, the more likely it is your needs have evolved. The Balance notes several personal factors that could lead to your home no longer meeting your needs, including relationship and job changes. Read More

    Why It’s Still Safe To Sell Your Home

    By Admin | September 16, 2021

    This past year changed the way agents do things for the better. Real estate professionals use new technology, tools, cleaning procedures, and the latest guidance to meet your changing needs. The goal is to keep you safe and build your confidence throughout the sales process. Read More

    Understand Your Options To Avoid Foreclosure

    By Admin | September 9, 2021

    In today’s real estate market, many homeowners have far more equity in their homes than they realize. Over the last year, buyer demand has been high, but housing supply has been low. That’s led to a substantial increase in home values. When prices rise, so does the amount of equity you have in your house. Read More

    What Buyers and Sellers Need To Know About the Appraisal Gap

    By Admin | September 1, 2021

    Ultimately, knowledge is power. The best thing you can do is understand appraisal gaps may impact your transaction if you’re buying or selling. If you do encounter an appraisal below your contract price, know that in today’s sellers’ market, the most common approach is for the seller to ask the buyer to make up the difference in price. Buyers, be prepared to bring extra money to the table if you really want the home. Read More